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Darkness. For a few centuries back the time of the origin of man have been a great speculating thought, i GKOLOUW have claimed one) thing and Theologists another; and the Agnostic another. Until Light and Truth have been reasoned from the minds of th people, and it has left them to group their way in the dark, un der a theory, the design of which was riches to the few and pover ty to the many, This theory, the scripture proves to be the one man theory; or the great im age that John the Revelator speaks of in Kevelation 1S-15 in this manner: "And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast that the image of the beast should both speaK and cause that as many as would not worship the pge of the beast should be led." (Rev. 13 ITi.) JTherefore. we say, Light and Truth has been reasoned away . From the very fact that the hoarlimr nf this Arfcirle nrnvnl-e inquiry. For the reader at the very first will say ; Why these are synomous terms! They mean the same thing ! And has not this been the understanding of our best leading men for ages back? We say this of course is generally admitted and recieved i as truth. But as it is necessary to the rightful understanding the of nte nAtifainflfl m t V i a nnir all i m . portant question, letus distinctly : hailoweu it. r,x.u-ii. understand the relative meaning1 Then God did create the heav of those words simular as they I en and the earth on the first day seem to be. J ut tne eartl1 was without form. ..Creation, is to Create, that to cause something Tangible to' on the ttn.-a aay: mat. is it was exist, and have a place, or beiBgfrmed whenood gathered the out of something Intaneible or I waters into one place, this was in other words made out of noth Sng; God spoke into existauce something out of nothing. Hence, Formation is, for ex ample, as much relative to Crea tion as the bouse is to the green tree of the forest, or as the brick i i I lllilUIHIIRIUiliillllliiiuiilHIl is t'i the clay. We see the trees ( standing in the forest, just, as I God created them, (Gen 111 12 ) The clay in the earth until i taken hy human hands and form :ec! into a house or brick Hut no i human being can create the trees or clay. Hut again. For instance you take the required material of bone and steel ana you form a knife, but there is no human being can create the bone the knife was formed from. And upon those grounds of reasoning we say, tbat God did on the sixth day, create man, male and female from nothing by His own power, tbat is by the breath of His mouth; and there by they become Tangible from Intangible, Which we present to you as the beginning of the Gentile Kace. After He rested one day He then formed man from the dust of the ground, that which He bad created on the first day. Therefore keeping in mind these simple facts, these great Truths will illucidate or unfold as we proceed. Are we right in what we say? the. Word of God must tell Then listen . "In the beginning c;od created i the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form and void and darkness was upon the face of the deep And the spirit of ood moved upon the face of the water. (Gen. 112. Now then, did God do this great work, as He said He did? we say He did! Read. For in six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea and til that in them is. aud rested the seventh dav wherefore the Lord blessed the sabbath day, and is1, Yes. and it was not formed until - oh the third day, and the act that placed the earth into a vogue body, making it vegetable and voyageable. And God called the dry land Eartfrand the gathering togeth er of the waters caileci be seas. aiiuuuiiiiiiiniiiiiHinuiiiniiiuiiiuiiHiiii 6$e0 ii!isiiKi!iiiiiiiiii!iiiiiii!!i!iiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiii Make the Clothes that BUT- GRAND SPECIAL Fine Bio $ 1 Q.OO Serge X Omni Dean's Clothes Shop MALLERS BUILDING, CHICAGO Kindly Mention IIIIIHIinUUIIKIfiaiUIIUIllUIIHIIll that ifc was Kod-" j(aen. 1 -10.) Tins wad on the third day after 'cod bad created I heeartb, "And Goci said, Lst the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after hi.s kind, whose seed is in ltsen, upon sne earth, and it was so And the earth brought forth grass and herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding seed whose seed was in itself after kind and cod saw that it was good.', (Gen. 1-11-12.) Up to this time the earth was with out form and void and dark ness was upon the face of the deep. '"Therefore the spirit of God moved upon the face of the wa ters" (Gen. 11 ,2) Yes, the deep, the darkness, the earth and waters, were created and the earth was without form because the waters covered it and made it void, but when the wa ters were gathered from otT and amongst the earth, the dry land appeared in a formed body. Formation, then, is to form something out of tbat which God had created, as in the in stance of His forming the beasts of the field. As he says. "Out of the ground the Lord God formed every beast of the field, and every fowl of the air, and brought them unto Adam to see what he would call them: and whatsoever Adam called every living creature that was the name thereof," Gen. 2 11), The forming of these boasts are different from the ones creat ed, Please read. "And God made the beast of the earth after his kind, and cattle after their kind and every thing that creepeth upon the earth after bis kind: and God saw tbat it was good. Gen 1 25 Creatioo, then it is for God to speak something into existance out of nothing that is by the breath of His mouth. As He says By the word cf Lord were the heavens made and all the host of them by the oreath of his mouth, For he spake, and it make the Man Chicago's Best Tailors Now at Your Service ALL CUSTOM MADE Not Mail Order Clothes Perfect Faultless INDIVIDUAL Tailoring to your correct measure f ... 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Bid God do this, Yes He did Listen to His Word. So God created man in his own image in the image of God created he him male and female created he them. Gen. 127 How did he do this' By the breath of his mouth. As we have said. For in the language above He expresses His creative power But in speaking of His work of formation, He spake differently as we shall find out as we pass on with our work. But to spealt further upon His work of Crea tion. We shall say that to create is for God to speak into existance something from nothing by the breath of His Mouth: this being the substance of the verb Crea tion. But on the other hand, listen to bod on tt'c word for- ; M ATI OX. "And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life and man become a living soul. Gen, 27 Dear reader just notice the contrast in the language used in these different passages of scripture. 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